All too often, infertile women are considered cursed, she said.
Indeed, many think that such uneasiness is an infertile ground to try to make a sale (or for relief of an unbearable urge).
According to Family Planning International, about 10 percent of all couples worldwide are or have been infertile.
Since the early 1980s, infertile women in most developed regions have not had to settle.
But most are not lingering in the foster care system because of a shortage of infertile people who want to be parents.
Where tributaries enter from the desert there may be huge banks of mud or broad triangular fans covered with raw, infertile earth.
Seventh, the old queen, when infertile, cannot be removed or replaced.
This bird crosses readily with tame hens, but the hybrids are believed to be infertile.
If the eggs still are infertile, the cock should be sold in the market.
One of the eggs was infertile and in the others embryos had barely begun to form.
infertile in·fer·tile (ĭn-fûr'tl)
Incapable of producing offspring; sterile.